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Observer (UK)
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February 28, 2016

Incomprehensibly disjointed and stunningly dull ...
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Los Angeles Times
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January 24, 2016

Awfully silly - and just plain awful ...
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New York Times
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January 23, 2016

In certain mutilated pictures, you can detect the lineaments of greatness: Consider Orson Welles's "The Magnificent Ambersons." Here, that's not the case.
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HeyUGuys
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March 01, 2016

Carries a complex, convoluted narrative that attempts to cover too much ground, balancing a myriad of themes.
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Time Out
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February 22, 2016

Has a grimy, off-kilter charm not seen since the heyday of '70s exploitation.
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Flick Filosopher
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February 26, 2016

To call it disjointed is an understatement: Exposed is unintelligible. It feels like two completely different movies inelegantly Frankensteined together.
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Starburst
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April 21, 2016

There is hardly anything in Exposed worthy of interest, and nothing that either warrants or deserves further discussion.
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Radio Times
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February 26, 2016

It's clearly intended as a magical-realist take on very genuine social conflicts, but the result, in this edit at least, is a trial to sit through.
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AV Club
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January 28, 2016

The confused, heel-dragging mystery drama Exposed suggests an especially dour, arty episode of Law & Order: SVU, minus any reasons to keep watching.
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Cairo360
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March 28, 2016

Reason and common sense seems to have escaped Declan Dale's Exposed.
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